Are some Lilly Pulitzer for Target sizes commanding a higher premium on eBay?

In my last blog entry, I looked at 10 different items from the Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection and how close their realized price is to buying directly from the Lilly Pulitzer website. My wife pointed out the lack of XXL size items available from Lilly Pulitzer, so a natural […]

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Using JMP 12 Interactive HTML reports on mobile devices

In a previous blog post, I described our goals for JMP 12 Interactive HTML reports, to support: Bubble Plots Profilers Mobile devices In this blog post, I'll describe in detail our user interface for Interactive HTML reports on mobile devices. Mobile First Many customers want to share JMP reports with […]

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Are Lilly Pulitzer for Target items still a bargain on eBay?

Readers in the US may have seen ads for the Lilly Pulitzer collection at Target. On Sunday, April 19, this collection launched with many Target stores having queues that resembled those for Black Friday sales. Most products sold out within a few minutes of the store openings. Online was no […]

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Exploring workout data history with Graph Builder

I have already posted in my fitness and food blog series about automating the import of my BodyMedia activity and food log data files via JSL and visualizing my data in JMP. I presented an e-poster on this project at the 2014  Discovery Summit US conference, which I've posted in the JMP […]

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Graph makeover: Fractal scatterplot

One of the marvels of the Internet is the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS). Started 50 years ago by Neil J. A. Sloane (pic) as a graduate student, the repository now contains more than 256,000 integer sequences run by a non-profit OEIS Foundation with Sloane still at the helm. (Aside: I wanted […]

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Graph makeover: 3-D yield curve surface

A couple weeks ago, The Upshot section of The New York Times produced this "glorious" interactive 3-D graph of the last 25 years of US Treasury yield curve data titled "A 3-D View of a Chart That Predicts The Economic Future: The Yield Curve." The graph is very appealing at some […]

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John Tukey on the rule of zero-origin scales

I saw the following post recently on Twitter: Eric Jonas @stochastician Mar 16 There’s basically never a reason to start the y-axis of your comparison graph anywhere besides zero. It generated several dissenting replies, including one from me. Coincidentally, I had just reread part of John Tukey's classic book Exploratory […]

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Using images to bring JMP 12 graphs to life

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to speak at a National Wear Red Day lunch-and-learn at SAS. I was invited to share my data and experiences as we marked a day devoted to raising awareness of the sobering statistics about cardiovascular disease risk among women. Heart attack and stroke are responsible for one of every […]

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Discovery Summit Europe live blog: John Sall and Chris Gotwalt

JMP creator John Sall, who is also SAS Co-Founder and EVP,  gives the opening keynote speech of Discovery Summit Europe 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. Sall is joined by Chris Gotwalt, Director of Statistical R&D for JMP, in a speech titled "Addressing the Challenges of Data Variety." The speech marks the […]

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Reflections on my ongoing diet and fitness project

I've blogged quite a lot recently about using Graph Builder to visualize my diet and fitness data, and you can see all posts in this series. While creating my Discovery Summit 2014 e-poster about this project, I significantly broadened my skills as a JMP user. This was the first time I wrote a […]

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